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On 8/2/2012 6:17 AM, Regina Henschel wrote:

Aligning baselines are not done by inserting a line, but by using the feature "Register true".

Kind regards

I have in fact wondered what "Register true" was for, thanks for that info.

The question that next comes up in my mind is, does anyone know where in the world did a "name" like that 
come from?  If it were me naming that feature I would of called it something like... "Align Baselines".

Is there a story or reason behind it?  If it's not a good one, I vote for changing the name, 
because in 6 months or a year I'll have forgotten what it does (chances are slim I'll ever have to 
use that feature but still).  I'm a big fan of naming things after their functions if and when it 
makes sense to do so.

Thank you in advance.

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